PHOTO: Joel Quenneville greets Trick-or-Treater dressed as him
Joel Quenneville got a visit from the Stanley Cup and a miniature version of himself during Halloween Trick-or-Treating.
The Chicago Blackhawks are the toast of the town months after winning the Stanley Cup. So naturally, Blackhawks-themed Halloween costumes were all the rage in Chicago this year. One such Trick-or-Treater decided to dress as popular head coach Joel Quenneville. Among the houses on the little coach’s stop? Joel Quenneville’s.
Classic. Last night Coach Q got a Halloween visit from the Stanley Cup and... himself! pic.twitter.com/hC9Ytyhgwp— Chicago Blackhawks (@NHLBlackhawks) November 1, 2013
Got to love the trademark mustache firmly in place on the mini coach. Perfect execution.
Thursday, Quenneville was actually asked about his Halloween policies when he's at home for that particular holiday.
Joel Quenneville on answering door on Halloween: "Once in a while I go, but not usually. I’ll be watching a hockey game." #Blackhawks— Chris Kuc (@ChrisKuc) October 31, 2013
Good thing he answered this time, otherwise we would have been robbed of this sensational photo op.
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